Mozilla News

Don’t Buy Gifts That Snoop: Introducing Mozilla’s Holiday Buyers’ Guide

This gift-giving season, Mozilla is helping you choose gadgets that respect your online privacy and security: advocacy.mozilla.org/privacynotincluded   Is your smart toaster spying on you? Does your toddler’s new toy have an easily-hackable microphone or camera? This holiday season, don’t […]

$275K for Creative Gigabit Projects Across the U.S.

From augmented reality training for first responders, to robotics classes for high school students, Mozilla is supporting bright ideas that leverage gigabit internet to create more open and innovative cities   Today, Mozilla is announcing $275,000 to support creative, educational […]

Mozilla and Tactical Technology bring The Glass Room to London

London, UK – 24th October 2017:  At noon on Wednesday, the doors to The Glass Room, London’s latest sleek pop-up store, will open, offering curious visitors a glimpse into the implications of our increasingly digital lifestyles. The Glass Room, produced […]

Bringing Mixed Reality to the Web

Today, Mozilla is announcing a new development program for Mixed Reality that will significantly expand its work in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for the web. Our initial focus will be on how to get devices, headsets, frameworks […]

A Week-Long Festival for Internet Health

MozFest is convening technologists, activists and artists this October to tackle the biggest problems facing the web   The Internet is sick. From ransomware and trolls to misinformation and mass surveillance, the very health of the Internet is at risk. […]

Mozilla Awards Over Half a Million to Open Source Projects

At Mozilla we were born out of, and remain a part of, the open source and free software movement. Through the Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS) program, we recognize, celebrate, and support open source projects that contribute to our work […]

Improving the Firefox Privacy Notice

Back in 2014, we reorganized our privacy policies to make them simple, clear, and usable. That effort was based on simplifying the then 14-page privacy policy around a framework that retained some detail but helped users find information more quickly. […]